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HouseKeeeping (Former Employee), Austin, TXAugust 20, 2013
Pros: friendly staff
Cons: not enough housekeepers to maintain shifts
Typical day at work is maintaining the upkeep of the Hospital. The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to interact with the nurses, dr's, and patients. The hardest part would probably be the very high demand needed on all floors.
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Great place to work.
Patient Access Rep (Former Employee), Austin,TxOctober 25, 2012
Cons: short breaks
Great place to work at. Colleagues are very knowledgeable and helpful. Extremely busy most of the days but non-stressful. Patients are very enjoyable to be around and doctors are very friendly.
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Registered Nurse Med Surge/ Telemetry Unit (Current Employee), Austin, TexasAugust 3, 2012
Our team works hard to transform care at the bedside, being an aknowledged magnet hospital , we are always implementing new ideas to guarantee quality patient care. The hardest part of my job is having to see patients and their loved ones suffer when they are diagnosed with a terminal illness. The most enjoyable part of my job is working with my patients to get them to their optimal health. The management communicates well with us and lets us express our concerns and ideas and helps in implementing ways to transform patient care. Our staff truly understands the importance of team work.

About Seton Northwest Hospital

The Seton Northwest Volunteers made a new pledge of $150,000 to Seton Northwest Hospital at the September 9, 1993, General Meeting. – Read more